As Much as I Can Free Tickets

May 8, 2018

May 24, 2018

Free

Harlem parish, West 118th Street, New York, NY, USA

Event Description

 

Don’t miss your chance to an innovative and educational theater experience during one of the “As Much as I Can” FREE shows in Harlem. “As Much as I Can” is an immersive experience that invites audiences into the lives of four men to explore their complex relationships to faith, family, community, and ultimately themselves. Experience this critically-acclaimed show chronicling the toward Black gay & bisexual men in the community.

This project was co-created with and about the Black gay and bisexual men of Jackson, MS, and Baltimore, MD – two cities most disproportionately affected by the HIV epidemic – and is part of the ACCELERATE! Initiative designed to speed up community-driven solutions for Black gay men affected by HIV.

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